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Started Aug 20, 2011

Authors let's interview each other on Twitter?
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This Monday, Eliza Earsman and I are going to interview each other on Twitter. Hope will join in and check it out at what do you…Continue

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Something About Me and My Book:
The Eby Way, is a self-help guide to overcoming past dark secrets so we can achieve our goals today. It is available now at

Also, I've come up with this idea about interviewing each other on Twitter. Here is my draft proposal:

Here are some questions that we could ask each other on Twitter. Let me know what you think. Also you might want to write out short responses to them,so you can paste them easily on Twitter for your response. This is a draft. Feel free to make any changes you want:

#1. Please introduce yourself to our Twitter friends and what is the title of your book? (Bio stuff)

#2. Will you tell us a little about your book?

#3. Why did you write it?

#4. Why should people buy it?

#5. How can people find out more about it today?

So that's it for now. Namaste....Gary.

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Reflections on the Future:

Many of us spend our time in the future. We are thinking about whether we are going to get that raise, or find the right partner to share our lives with, or  having enough money to pay our bills, and so on and so forth. The list gets longer and longer. We are so set in the future we don't see the possibilities available to us now.

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Want an author interview on Twitter?

Okay, so I am working on this new process of joining forces with other authors. We can interview each other on Twitter. Today, at around 11:00A Pacific time at, I'll be interviewing one of our BNM members, Eliza Earsman.

If you want to try this process, try to write out a script that you can copy and paste as a Tweet. Of course you can improvise responses too. Here is an example of the script I will be… Continue

Posted on November 30, 2009 at 10:00am — 3 Comments

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On the first morning of our vacation to Yachats around 6:45 A.M., I am still drowsy while I curl over in bed taking dim note of our surroundings. Our bedroom faces East with a wall to wall picture window protected by a panel of hanging canvas-like shades.

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Posted on November 19, 2009 at 11:04am

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At 3:29pm on January 17, 2012, Ukachukwu Chidube George said…

Hello Gary. My name is Ukachukwu Chidube George aka George Shadow and I want to invite you to watch the trailer for my book, THE BLACK BOOK, it's definitely awesome and I know you will enjoy it. Best regards.

At 3:56pm on April 18, 2011, albertasequeira said…

Hi Gary,

I'd like to keep in touch. It's nice to have someone who understands.  I'll look into your Twitter interviews.

At 4:50am on April 5, 2011, Eliza Earsman said…
At 3:34pm on March 24, 2010, Kate L gave Gary Eby a gift
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At 2:58pm on February 9, 2010, Aggie Villanueva said…
Hi Gary. I'm running a self publishing series at my blog. Naturally I'm listing your twitter interviews as ways to promote book authors. What is the link you want me to list with that section?

Also, I'm wondering if you would like to write a guest post about your favorite ways to use twitter to market your books. I never check my messages here, so if you don't mind, could you email me with your responses at Thanks ever so much. I look forward to hearing from you.
At 12:33pm on January 31, 2010, Eliza Earsman said…
Thanks Gary,

Give me a couple of days to relocate and will then email you.

In the meantime UPDATED book blog at:

Feedback welcome.

At 1:12pm on January 26, 2010, Eliza Earsman said…

Are you still active in the groups. Haven't heard/seen your visits for a while.

Trusting all is well with you.

At 3:25pm on December 31, 2009, David Pyle said…
Hello Gary, I sincerely apologize for not adding you sooner. Somehow I missed your message. Glad to have you as a Book Marketing Friend.

At 2:48pm on December 17, 2009, James and Terry Hamilton said…
OregonShout a place for Oregonians"may be a place for you to showcase some ideas...
At 2:11pm on December 17, 2009, Helena Harper said…
Thank you, Gary, again for being so patient with me during our Twitter interview. I thought I was just posting your replies to the questions as normal tweets and not doing it 'live'. My apologies again. However, I did think as a follow up - perhaps tomorrow or Saturday, I could post a 'transcript' of the interview as normal tweets. What do you think?


P.S. One of my twitter friends said that she actually preferred how I did the interview initially - doing it as a series of normal tweets. Don't know what you think about that, but I thought I would just pass it on as feedback.

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